“The first thing to remember about judgments is that they do not alter anything or anyone in the Universe. Just because you dislike someone or react negatively toward some behavior does not change the person or behavior you are judging. I remind you again to keep in mind that when you judge another, you do not define that person, you define YOURSELF. Your judgments only say something about you. They describe your likes and dislikes. They do not define the person being judged. That person is defined by his or her own thoughts and actions. Once you recognize this, you begin replacing your inclination to judge with acceptance, and this is forgiveness in action.”
Dr. Wayne W. Dyer, in “You’ll See It When You Believe It”
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